The Fall of Adam

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"The Fall of Adam"
The Fall of Adam cover
Song by Marilyn Manson
Album Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death)
Released November 13, 2000
Recorded 1999–2000 at the Mansion in Death Valley, California
Genre Art rock, alternative metal
Length 2:34
Label Nothing, Interscope
Writer Marilyn Manson
Composer Twiggy Ramirez, John 5
Producer Marilyn Manson, Dave Sardy
Media

"The Fall of Adam" is the seventeenth track on the 2000 release Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death). The song introduces the world to the term "Celebritarian."

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Versions[edit]

  • The Fall of Adam — Appears on Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death).

Lyrics[edit]

    The Abraham Lincoln town cars arrive
    To dispose of our king and queen
    They orchestrated dramatic new scenes
    for Celebritarian™ needs
    When one world ends
    Something else begins
    But without a scream
    Just a whisper because we just
    Start it over again...
    
    Do you love your guns?
    Your god and your government?
    Let me hear you
    (hey)
    Do you love your guns?
    Do you love your god and your government?
    Let me hear you goddamn it
    (hey)
    Do you love your guns?
    And your god and your government?
    Let me hear you
    (hey)
    Your mother?
    And your father?
    And your baby?
    Goddamn it let me hear you
    (hey)
    Do you love your guns?
    I want your mothers and your fathers
    To hear you say it
    (hey)
    Every single one of you motherfuckers
    Let me hear it from you
    (hey)
    Do you love your guns?
    And your god and your government?
    (hey)
    I wanna hear it from everyone
    I wanna hear you say you want a gun
    Let me hear it
    (hey)